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Collaborative Divorce May Be an Option

LogoThere's always heavy feelings associated with a divorce. Such feelings may come into play, making it difficult for couples to settle their situation pleasantly and reach an agreement, necessitating that a judge intervenes. When that happens, the case could get worse because the judge may decide on matters which the soon-to-be-former couple doesn't agree with. Couples may want to discuss the idea of a collaborative divorce to avoid that.

Rafool, LLC Is Offering Mobile and Virtual Consultations

LogoThe COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to close their doors indefinitely or change how they go about doing business. The law firm of Rafool, LLC, understands that there may be confusion as to what is open, which businesses are closed, or how people can take care of their legal matters under the existing circumstances. The firm would like to remind its current and prospective clients that it remains open for business.

Making the Decision to Get a Prenuptial Agreement

LogoMiami, FL – Prenuptial agreements remain something of a sensitive topic as couples must entertain the idea that a divorce is a real possibility. Although divorce is common, a prenuptial agreement may help strengthen the bond between spouses.

Choosing a Guardian for a Child

LogoMiami, FL – A bright future is something every parent wants for their child. This may involve having to make the tough decision of designating a guardian. There are ways to make the process a little easier.

David R. Hazouri Becomes a Family Lawyer Magazine Contributor

LogoIn addition to this, Mr. Hazouri is currently participating in a task force set up within the EDDE committee of the Business Law Section of the Florida Bar. The task force will survey and recommend broader adoption of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure discovery regime concerning voluntary production and mandatory meet and confer requirements across the state of Florida.

Raymond J. Rafool, Named a 2019 Prestigious Florida Trend, Legal Elite

LogoRaymond J. Rafool, II is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, all courts in the state of Florida, the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, and the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida.

David Hazouri of Rafool, LLC Presents for the Florida Bar's Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence Committee

LogoThe presentation, which consisted of four individual sessions, was once again a sell-out hit, and in addition to a packed room, the presentation was simulcast to a live audience as well as recorded for those unable to attend. The topics covered included e-discovery in and around cyber breach events, blockchain developments, a mock hearing before federal magistrate Anthony Porcelli and Ret. Fla. Circuit Court Judge, Gill Freemen, and a judicial roundtable moderated by UF Levine School of Law's Professor William Hamilton, federal judges Porcelli and Smith and state law judges Freeman and Nielsen.